Motorola Milestone Android Review

Motorola announced Milestone in Europe. It is the European version of the Motorola Droid that we have already written about here.motorola milestone review

We already knew that Motorola did not supplement Droid only with  connectivity in Verizon. In fact there were many credible information suggesting compatibility of this interesting mobile Android 2.0 connectivity with Europe.

Motorola Droid has just been announced by Verizon last week and already today it was announced officially in Europe under the name of Motorola Milestone.

The Motorola Milestone, to tell the truth, is not exactly the same mobile phone launched by Verizon in the United States. In sense it is better, as it integrates trial version of the navigator motor ship, which remains free for the first 60 days.

  1. – Connectivity WCDMA 900/2100 and GSM 850/900/1900;
  2. – Connectivity HSPA and GPRS;
  3. – Android 2.0;
  4. – 3.7-inch WVGA screen with 16:9 aspect ratio;
  5. – 5 megapixel camera; + WiFi, GPS and accelerometer;
  6. 1400 mAh battery
Motorola Milestone Main Featuresmotorola milestone

  • * Web browser with Flash10
  • * Applications are easy to install
  • * Web Search with Google ™
  • * 5MP camera and video recording
  • * Google Maps ™ and MOTONAVE **

6 thoughts on “Motorola Milestone Android Review”

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  2. This is a beauty! can’t wait to get it (hopefully) next week! ordered it the minute it came available for dutch orders!

    Android and the Milestone rule! (although i really think they should have picked a better name, Droid sounds so much cooler)

  3. I bought two Motorola Milestone phones this Christmas. An unlocked German version and an unlocked UK version. I would strongly advise against buying a Milestone. Both sets are laggy and very buggy. Both cameras will not auto-focus and often crash the whole phone. The German version is missing Voice Search even though it is advertised on the box! We need to take the battery out everyday, sometimes more. The Market is crippled, and you need to restart the phone every time you mount it using a computer. Motorola refuses to update the phone and makes unbelievable claims on their Facebook site about why their is no hot fix. Canada is the next country to be abused by this misleading and crippled phone by Motorola. Also beware of the Motorola Cliq, my friend has one with many of the same problems, you must take out the battery to terminate a call or lose all you minutes.

  4. Hi!

    I just wanted to comment on this:

    * Web browser with Flash10

    It doesn’t *actually* have flash support, it seems like on Android 2.2…. but not yet 🙁 (my current operator has us on 2.0.1, but on 2.1, according to some readings, there is no flash yet).

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